FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Only if you’re not careful. It’s rubber-coated, and it won’t move once you set it down, but I would make sure the tank is clean where you are going to set it. Also, make sure there’s no debris on the magnet.
It will attract steel or iron filings if you have them around. If you work around that type of environment, I recommend placing a small piece of fabric, gauze, chamois, or rubber between the magnet and your tank just to be safe. Don’t worry, the magnet is strong enough for that.
Nope. It’s super smooth with padded grips.
It is unless you phone weighs about 20lbs. If that’s the case, it’s time to upgrade your phone.
Most likely. It will fit phones from 2.5” wide to 4.3” wide. That covers just about all.
If your case is 0.5" thick or less then it will work just fine.
No. We tried, but all our kids did was play video games and eat ice cream. It was not a good business decision.
Neodymium magnets are all graded by the material they are made of. The higher the grade (the number following the 'N'), the stronger the magnet. The highest grade of neodymium magnet currently available is N52.
Each FREAKMOUNT uses 6 rare earth neodymium magnets.
The mount has a 1/4” 20 thread, so it will fit on any standard tripod.
The magnet has a 1/4” 20 stud, so you can mount any standard attachment to it.
The FREAKMOUNT BILLET is solid aluminum, whereas the original FREAKMOUNT and the XL were plastic. The BILLET is much more expensive to make, and is virtually indestructible.
We aren't suggesting that you ride around with one hand on the handlebar with the other texting while looking down. But sometimes a quick glance is helpful, and it is plenty safe to do in moderation. It's a lot safer than fumbling around trying to get the phone out of your pocket to see who's calling while you're riding.
You should get a smarter dog.
We sell the Freakmounts on Amazon too. The ones that are half the price of the Billet are made of plastic. The Billet is solid aluminum. If you get a Freakmount Billet on Amazon for $20 we'd like to know about it, because that would mean that Amazon is mistakenly giving away our inventory and losing us money.
Uhhhhh, no. Imagine if we did. Anytime somebody wanted to upgrade or wanted a new phone, all they would do is buy a Freakmount and claim that their phone fell off so we'd buy them a new one. Our business would be done in one day. Read comments. Freakmounts don't let go or fall off.